‘Tis the season for…
•A matchmaking grandma on a long-disantance mission
•Mistletoe temptation in every doorway
•A sexy cowboy with a killer smile
Commitment! It made Sage run the other way. It made Creed shudder. But Sage’s granny, the Widow Presley, was determined to get her granddaughter a cowboy for Christmas. And who better than Creed, the man interested in purchasing the widow’s Rockin’ C Ranch?
The fact that a three-day blizzard was blowing in just made things all the better. A person can’t run from commitment when they’re snowed in, now can they?
As always, Brown’s book is just adorable. It’s a feel good book, a book that feels like eating yummy pie by the fireplace. What can I say, it will make you happy too.
Sage is pissed, and she meets Creed. Sparks fly, yes neither is happy at first. As she wants the ranch and he wants the ranch. But little do they know that Grand’s Indian Sense know exactly what these two need. Sure the love comes fast, but it feels right because they are soul mates and so meant to be. There is a bit of drama but mostly smooth sailing as they find out what they both want. And that is love.
Sage is an artist, dreamy, spirited. She is also afraid of commitment, and yes it was nice that she was the one afraid. Creed is a true cowboy, he wants his own ranch, he is kind and well the kind of guy you would want, trust me. He cooks, he cleans, he is the best.
It’s a sweet lovestory and it’s mostly about these two as they are stranded on the ranch because of the snowstorm. It is part of a series, but again trust me, it works prefect as a strand alone.
I must admit that I did laugh at something. They were cold and wore pair of 3 socks and then I read the degree, and was all, ha, you silly cowboy. That is not cold, that is at worst a warm winter day.
An adorable love story.
I want a head
I want a head
Series: Spikes & Spurs 5
Genre: Contemporary romance
Published. Oct 1 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Source: For review